1. Provide five examples of Project Initiation Documentation [PID]. (5 marks) Answer: Client requirements Contract documentation Feasibility study ( cost-effective, social, tehnical) Proposal ( Business case) Standards, Policies and Procedures (Internal and external organisations, legislation and regulations) Executive team instructions 2. How can you ensure project objectives are in accordance with the overall organisational strategies and goals? (5 marks) Answer: Firstly, objectives have to be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timed. Project objectives combined with organisational strategies and goals allow us to determinate how we can achieve all of client requirements, make an excellent impression, have a good relationship (business) between client and project manager. Strategies plan out the actions needed to achieve these objectives and may also provide expectations and purpose. Four important steps must be analysed to manage a broader organisational strategies and goals: 3. How can you assist in negotiating project objectives, outcomes and benefits? (5 marks) Answer:
Objectives, outcomes and benefits are the key of a successful project. They all let us focus on how we can achieve our project with high stantards. Negotiating Project objectives, outcomes and benefits is the process where two or more parties (each with its own aims, needs, and viewpoints) seeking to discover a common ground and reach an agreement to settle a matter of mutual concern about the project. These discussions may involve compromises in certain areas, for example: budget and timescale. Objectives, outcomes and benefits may include: Expected benefits to be achieved for organisation Measurable project product statement Short and long-term outcomes for the organisation
4. Create an example Project Governance Structure. (5 marks) Answer: 5. Create a Project Charter template with five sections that can be used to obtain project approval.
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